Pattadakal is just about 14 km from Aihole in Bagalkot District. Situated on the banks of Malprabha river, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It showcases the temples built by the Chalukyas. All of them are Hindu temples except one Jain temple. Apart from being a temple town, Pattadakal was also a place for the coronation of Chalukya kings. Before building this site in the 7th century, Chalukyas had already perfected the art of building temples. But not all temples at Pattadakal are built in the signature style of Chalukyas, some of them also exhibit characteristics of North Indian styles. Apart from 10 major temples, there are several small shrines here. Following are the pictures of the monuments at Pattadakal.
Note: At the end of the post there is a video of Pattadakal.
Jain Narayana Temple
Virupaksha Temple of Pattadakal
Kalasiddheshwara and Jambulinga Temple
This 5-min video shows monuments of both Pattadakal and Aihole: